Taking your sex life to a higher level not only does wonders for your partner, but also improves your health. As they say, a healthy body makes a healthy sex drive.
Is your college relationship hitting an all-time low? Why not try some of these tips to get your relationship back on track and closer to what it USED to be!
Here are some great tips that I found very interesting.
Consider circulation-enhancing dishes
Foods that are high in Omega-3 fatty acids like mackerel, salmon, and wild salmon, make your nervous system function better, which in turn contributes to good circulation.
Another good food to improve circulation is chilies, which also stimulates the nervous system. A healthy blood flow means that your genital area receives fresh blood that improves sexual ability and pleasure.
Go for granola
Improved circulation also means greater erectile response.
To accomplish that, go for foods rich in L-Arginine like granola, oatmeal, peanuts, cashews, walnuts, dairy, green vegetables, root vegetables, garlic, ginseng, soybeans, chickpeas, and seeds.
L-Arginine is helpful for improving sexual functions in men.
Although there weren’t studies haven’t yet connected L-Arginine and women, remember that erectile response is not exclusive to guys as women become aroused too in their clitoris and the tissue surrounding the vulva.
Soy binds estrogen receptors, which helps the vaginal area remain lubricated and combats symptoms of menopause. It is also beneficial to the prostate. However, it’s important to note that women who have a history of breast cancer should not eat large amounts of soy because it increases the risk of reoccurence.
Foods that promote weight loss also have libido-boosting potential. Obese men tend to have erectile dysfunction and low testosterone. Reducing weight, in turn, results in an increase of testosterone, and thus an increase in sexual function.
Have the right amount of fat
Too much fat is bad for you, but too little fat is not-so-great either because you need fat to produce your hormones.
Cholesterol is metabolized in the liver which is where you get your testosterone and estrogen, which you need for your sex drive. Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are the “good” of fats that your body needs. Olive oil, salmon, and nuts are optimal sources.
Medical and hormonal problems are major contributors to sexual dysfunction and low libido, as well as too much stress, relationship difficulties, and psychological issues. Antidepressants like Prozac and SSRI’s can negatively affect sex drive as well.
Do some cardio endurance
Shoot for 3 to 4 days of cardio execise like running, walking, or swimming.
Conditioning your body can be a plus for longer lasting sex. For endurance, you will need to lift lighter weights, but do more repetitions.
Your muscles will be contracting no matter what sexual position you are in, so it pays to shape up in order to avoid nasty leg or foot cramps. To achieve this, lift heavier weights for fewer repetitions.
This can enhance anyone’s sex life by making it a bit easier to get in your favorite position with a minimum amount of fuss. Try a little Yoga or some stretches to get you in the mood
In peace, love and happiness